Home and Garden Retailing in Japan - Sector Overview, Market Size and Forecast to 2025

Home and Garden Retailing in Japan - Sector Overview, Market Size and Forecast to 2025


The research report provides both the historic and forecast market data of total retail sales, and the home market in Japan. It illustrates the data with charts, graphs and tables summarizing the value, with category details in home sector. The forecasts include the impact of COVID-19 on growth. The research report also reveals major retailers share in home sector with their price and market positioning in 2020.

The report uses data from GlobalData’s Retail database showing the trends in the market and sectors by value. It also reveals the major retailers by market share in 2020 in each of the sectors. All data includes the impact COVID-19 has had on sales in 2020 (forecasted at the date of publication).


  • The overall retail industry in Japan is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 1.9% between 2020 and 2025 to reach ¥ 1,21,117 bn​
  • The Home sector is valued at ¥ 12.6 trillion in 2020 and it is forecast to reach ¥ 13.2 trillion by 2025 at a CAGR of 0.9% in the period. ​
  • Online channel sales is expected to grow by 8.7% during 2020-2025 to reach ¥ 3,113 billion in 2025.​
  • The mass market players accounted for 89.2% of sector sales in 2020​
  • Nitori holds the highest market share of 9.0% in 2020
Reasons to Buy
  • Gain a comprehensive view of the home market and forecasts to 2025
  • Explore new opportunities that will allow you to align your product offerings and strategies to meet demand following the impact of COVID-19 on the retail market
  • Investigate current and forecast trends in home sector to identify the opportunities offering the most potential
  • Understand who the main competitors are in the sector and their price positioning

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